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Become a WAM member & you could win tix to Taylor Swift!

4 Oct

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As champions of West Australian music, I bet you never thought you’d see our name anywhere near American chart-topper Taylor Swift!

Well thanks to our generous friends at Live Nation, all new WAM members who sign up before 12pm Monday 15 October have the chance to win one of two double passes (each valued at over $500) to see Tay Tay live when she kicks of her Reputation tour at Optus Stadium on Friday 19 October.

If you’re keen to see ten-time Grammy award winner Taylor Swift tear up the stage, let the haters hate hate hate and sign-up now! Then email your name, phone number and new WAM membership number to [email protected] with subject TAKE ME TO TAY TAY.

Best of luck! More info on all the other amazing reasons to become a WAM member below.

PS: For all our existing WAM members, don’t worry we have some passes for you too! Keep an eye out for your upcoming member newsletter for details on how to enter.

WHY BECOME A WAM MEMBER

If you’re a WA musician or music business, you can’t afford not to be a WAM member. You’ll make your money back in no time, plus you’ll be providing support to WAM’s ongoing program of activities that champion West Australian music!

Membership Types

  • $44 – Concession
  • $55 – Individual
  • $110 – Band or Business for up to 4 members (extra members are $10 each)

Membership Benefits

  • Musician’s luggage allowance on Virgin and Qantas flights
  • Free or discounted entry to WAM workshops, events and Music Conference
  • Discounted WAM Festival submissions
  • Heavily discounted Song of the Year competition entries
  • Free Kiss My WAMi annual compilation
  • Free music industry information service and WAMplifier eNews
  • Members-only competitions and opportunities, including nominating in the WAM Awards
  • Ongoing industry discounts
  • And loads more!

Become a member today.

Government of Western Australia Department of Culture and The Arts Australian Government

WAM is supported by the State Government through the Department of Culture and the Arts, and is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.